If a majority of the voters voting on the initiative measure shall vote in favor of
such measure, it shall become a valid and binding measure of the municipal subdivision
thirty days after certification of the election results, unless the governing body
by resolution orders an earlier effective date or the measure itself provides for
a later effective date, which resolution shall not be subject to referendum or limited
referendum. A measure passed by such method shall not be amended or repealed except by two-thirds
majority of the members of the governing body. No such attempt to amend or repeal shall be made within one year from the passage
of the measure by the electors.
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